Speeches (Lines) for Harcourt
in "Henry IV, Part II"
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Henry IV. O Westmoreland, thou art a summer bird,
Which ever in the haunch of winter sings
The lifting up of day.
Look here's more news.
Harcourt. From enemies heaven keep your Majesty;
And, when they stand against you, may they fall
As those that I am come to tell you of!
The Earl Northumberland and the Lord Bardolph,
With a great power of English and of Scots,
Are by the shrieve of Yorkshire overthrown.
The manner and true order of the fight
This packet, please it you, contains at large.
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